EnergyCasino Takes You to the Paradise City

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EnergyCasino Takes You to the Paradise City

When we say “rock legends” a few bands will undoubtedly come to mind; the Rolling Stones, AC-DC, Motörhead and, of course, Guns N’ Roses!  From their very first album, the 30 million plus selling Appetite for Destruction, G N’ R set the rock world on fire with their charged performances, edgy lyrics and controversial attitude.

Now, thanks to everyone’s favourite developer, NetEnt, you can travel back to the eighties and nineties, rock out with Axl and Slash, and win big money, with the official Guns N’ Roses Video Slots! And, thanks to EnergyCasino, you can try it for FREE, with 15 EPIC NO DEPOSIT FREE SPINS!

What, you’re not already signed up to EnergyCasino? Where have you been? But, seriously, that’s fantastic because it means you can also take advantage of the 100% WELCOME BONUS up to a head banging €200 PLUS another 100 FREE SPINS. Yeah, you read that right, another one hundred free spins – that’s almost as crazy as Axl on stage!

So dig out your ripped stone washed jeans, don your best bandana, and prepare to rock out to Welcome to the Jungle, Sweet Child O’ Mine, Paradise City, November Rain and Chinese Democracy as you play in a totally authentic Guns N’ Roses themed environment.

There’s a lot more to the Guns N’ Roses Video Slots than just a totally righteous soundtrack though; you’ll find a visually stunning slot, packed full of rad bonus games and features. So, even if you weren’t born when Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Izzy Stradlin and Steven Adler took to the stage of the Troubadour in West Hollywood on June 6th 1985, for the gig that changed everything, you’ll still love this slot game.

Warning: The official Guns N’ Roses Video Slots is SERIOUSLY inspirational. The office newbie, a fresh-faced twenty-something - being young and never exposed to G N’ R before - developed a severe case of ‘Axltude,’ and now insists on roadies bringing him bottles of Dom Pérignon before each shift.

You’ll probably be fine, just watch out for breakables when air guitaring…